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Signature tires and a highly customized brake setup
A look at the school, the races and the future of this unique 'sport'
See how nearly every bicycle saddle is made
Ever wonder how FSA does it? Take a walk through the factory and find out
The Amstel Gold Race marks the start of the Ardennes Classics trilogy with the twisting country lanes of the southern Limburg region of the Netherlands, replacing the cobbled climbs of Flanders and the sectors of pave of Paris-Roubaix.
The Ardennes week attracts a different set of riders, with the climbers replacing the cobbled classics specialist. Only a rare few, including last year's Amstel Gold Race winner Philippe Gilbert, have the ability to win on both types of terrain, where the ability to absorb the constant accumulation of lactic acid from the climbs is more decisive than power and speed across the pave.The Amstel Gold Race is the youngest of the spring classics having been created in 1966, and a move from the end of April to the first weekend of the Ardennes has made for a better race.
Tour of Denmark winner brings Classics pedigree to new outfit
Luxembourg champion fell with Cancellara
Team leader Gesink had cramps in the finale
Belgian RadioShack man makes the most of opportunity
Purito expects to best the Belgian in Flèche and Liège
Leopard Trek rider caught 500 metres from the finish
Belgian supreme in Amstel Gold Race
Garmin-Cervelo back to earth with a bump after Roubaix win
A photo gallery from Maastricht
Leopard Trek rider promises not to ride against Gilbert
Former winner of Amstel Gold Race and Liège-Bastogne-Liège joins Vaughters' team